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Tea or coffee? Traditions around the world. Do you prefer tea or coffee? 
Do you keep tea/coffee traditions in your country?
If you do, how it's going?
Mar 21, 2018 8:53 AM
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In China we drink more tea but now I live in Italy and I like coffee too. Capuccino and Latte macciato are good.
March 21, 2018
I am Russian. I like tea more than coffee  because I don't like chocolate and kinda. But sometimes I can allow myself a cup of coffee. :)
March 21, 2018
Hate tea and never touch it, but LOVE coffee, especially with chocolate. They go great together.  Tea is the most tasteless boring drink on the planet. I’d rather drink plain water over tea. 
March 21, 2018

In Poland we drink a lot of tea and coffee - the tea rather with breakfast or supper and coffee with sweets or just without any meal.

When I was young we were making strong tea in the small tea-pot and then mixing it with boiled water. Now we rather use tea-bags. We usually add a piece of lemon and sugar to our tea. In 1980's there were no lemons available so we were buying the Hungarian lemon juice. If you ask for milk to pour it into your tea - people would be surprised (of course when you are an English tourist or a pregnant woman - you are forgiven). So when I'm sometimes in mood for a cup of tea with milk - I do it at home.

The coffee I remember from my childhood was very bitter drink made of the low quality coffee powder mixed with boiled water (one of the tasteless things only adults could drink). Some people prefer to drink it until now. I prefer espresso mixed with milk or boiled coffee (like they make it in Turkey).

March 21, 2018
Actually I don't drink a lot of coffee or tea..for me they are the some..but I might say I prefer tea a little bit.
My point of view I don't want to be addict to anything
Even tea or coffee. Despite in my country Sudan people usually drink alot of tea..light tea.
March 21, 2018
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